Father / Daughter News


Lisa Prank's record, Perfect Love Song, is available in full everywhere today ❤️

Posted on October 4th, 2019

Lisa Prank's newest record, Perfect Love Song, hits both physical and digital store shelves today. Listen to the album in full over at your favorite music streaming platform or buy an LP or CD copy from us or your local record store before they're all gone.

Clare Martin at Paste Magazine spent some time with the album and noted the following, "Thankfully, Edwards makes the potentially trite feel fresh again with her lively lyrics, focusing as much on her own emotional journey as on her romantic relationships. While some of the songs begin to sound the same—brimming with bright power-pop chords and drummer Tom Fitzgibbon going hard on the high-hat—each one invites you to sing along, wistfully thinking about the latest person who broke your heart." Read the full review here, and check out what KEXP had to say about the record here.

Prank is hitting the road next month and will even be playing some shows with label-mates, Remember Sports, on their Sunchokes tour. Don't sleep on getting tickets!





Remember Sports' first record, Sunchokes, turns 5 and gets a remastered vinyl pressing!

Posted on September 17th, 2019

It seems like only yesterday we began working with Remember Sports and what an amazing experience it's been. We're happy to finally announce that we gave the remaster + vinyl treatment to their beloved record, Sunchokes, to celebrate its 5th anniversary. Nab a copy of the record on Baby Pink wax or on CD for the very first time. Along with 8 bonus songs, every LP and CD comes with a 20-page photo and lyric booklet. These won't be around forever, so secure your copy today HERE.

Remember Sports has also announced four tour dates with Lisa Prank this Fall where they'll be playing Sunchokes in its entirety. Don't sleep on tickets, they go on sale on Friday.

Nov 14 - Philadelphia, PA @ Johnny Brenda's (w/ Lisa Prank)
Nov 15 - Brooklyn, NY @ Rough Trade (w/ Lisa Prank)
Nov 17 - Chicago, IL @ Beat Kitchen (w/ Lisa Prank)
Nov 18 - Columbus, OH @ Ace of Cups (w/ Lisa Prank)


Sir Babygirl's record, Crush on Me, gets remastered and a vinyl pressing!

Posted on September 9th, 2019

Longtime Father/Daughter VIP, Sir Babygirl, announces the remastered BICONIC EDITION version of her last record, Crush on Me, alongside a vinyl pressing of the album. Limited to just 500 copies, the record has been remastered specifically for vinyl and is pressed onto Neon Green wax. It also includes 3 bonus tracks, including her cover of Kesha's hit single, "Praying."

Pre-order here, and stream the Kid Quiet remix of "Heels" here.


MYSTERY BUNDLE LIVE!

Posted on September 6th, 2019

Check out our bundles section on our store to tap into some major sale action. Get a handful of random LPs, CDs, tapes, or 7"s for super cheap until 9/22! If you get two bundles, we'll make sure you don't get any doubles. What's inside? Well, it's a mystery...


Esther Rose's record, You Made It This Far, is out now

Posted on August 23rd, 2019

Listen to Esther Rose's record, You Made It This Far, in full starting today. Pitchfork called parts of the record, "a sing-songy cadence that can package punchlines and hard truths with a cozy, cosmic wink," and notes, "Rose focuses her songwriting on self-discovery and how the passing of time shifts her understanding of people." Read more on Esther here, and nab your copy of You Made It this Far before they're all gone. If you're in the New Orleans area, Esther is playing her release show tomorrow (8/24) at The White Roach. More tour dates below!

Aug 31 - Birmingham, AL @ Saturn (w/ Christian Lee Hutchinson)

Sep 01 - Blacksburg, VA @ Panorama Ballroom

Sep 03 - Charlottesville, VA @ The Front Porch

Sep 04 - Kingston, NY @ Boitson's

Sep 5-6 - North Hillsdale, NY @ Oldtone Roots Music Festival

Sep 13 - Minneapolis, MN @ First Avenue (w/ Nick Lowe, Los Straitjackets)

Sep 14 - Iowa City, IA @ The Englert Theatre (w/ Nick Lowe, Los Straitjackets)

Sep 15 - Goshen, IN @ The Elephant Bar

Sep 16 - Kalamazoo, MI @ Old Dog Tavern

Sep 17 - Toronto, ON @ The Horseshoe Tavern (w/ Nick Lowe, Los Straitjackets)

Sep 18 - Toronto, ON @ The Horseshoe Tavern (w/ Nick Lowe, Los Straitjackets)

Sep 20 - Buffalo, NY @ The Tralf Music Hall (w/ Nick Lowe, Los Straitjackets)

Sep 21 - Millvale, PA @ Mr. Smalls Theatre (w/ Nick Lowe, Los Straitjackets)

Sep 24 - Columbus, OH @ Davidson Theatre (w/ Nick Lowe, Los Straitjackets)

Sep 25 - Indianapolis, IN @ The Hi-Fi (w/ Nick Lowe, Los Straitjackets)

Oct 01 - New Orleans, LA @ Dragon’s Den
Oct 09 - Madison, WI @ High Noon Saloon (w/ The Cactus Blossoms)

Oct 10 - Evanston, IL @ SPACE (w/ The Cactus Blossoms)

Oct 11 - Bloomington, IN @ The Bishop (w/ The Cactus Blossoms)

Oct 12 - St. Louis, MO @ Off Broadway (w/ The Cactus Blossoms)

Oct 13 - Nashville, TN @ The Basement East (w/ The Cactus Blossoms)

Oct 15 - Asheville, NC @ Grey Eagle (w/ The Cactus Blossoms)

Oct 16 - Carrboro, NC @ Cat’s Cradle (w/ The Cactus Blossoms)

Oct 17 - Charlottesville, VA @ The Southern (w/ The Cactus Blossoms)

Oct 18 - Washington, DC @ Pearl Street Warehouse (w/ The Cactus Blossoms)

Oct 19 - Brooklyn, NY @ Murmrr Theatre (w/ The Cactus Blossoms)

Oct 20 - Ardmore, PA @ Ardmore Music Hall (w/ The Cactus Blossoms)

Oct 22 - Nelsonville, OH @ Stuart’s Opera House (w/ The Cactus Blossoms)

Oct 23 - Cleveland, OH @ Beachland Ballroom (w/ The Cactus Blossoms)

Oct 24 - Ann Arbor, MI @ The Ark (w/ The Cactus Blossoms)

Oct 25 - Fort Wayne, IN @ The Brass Rail (w/ The Cactus Blossoms)

Oct 26 - Mineral Point, WI @ Mineral Point Opera House (w/ The Cactus Blossoms)



Listen to "Rodeo," the first single from Lisa Prank's forthcoming sophomore LP

Posted on August 6th, 2019

The crown toting pop-punk queen is back. Robin Edwards aka Lisa Prank, has returned to the stage with a brand spankin' new single off her upcoming record, Perfect Love Song. "Rodeo" takes us through the stages of a breakup and knowing to not fall for the same mistakes twice. Stereogum calls the lead single "chiming and assured" and that Prank's full band "helps hammer home the song’s catchy resignation." Listen to and read more about the single here, and pre-order Perfect Love Song here.

Along with an album announce, Lisa Prank has announced that her and her band may be stopping in a city near you. Check out her newest tour dates below..

10/31 Spokane, WA @ Lucky You Basement
11/01 Missoula, MT @ Zootown Arts
11/02 Bozeman, MT @ The Labor Temple
11/04 Sioux Falls, SD @ Total Drag
11/05 Minneapolis, MN @ 7th St Entry
11/06 Milwaukee, WI @ Cactus Club
11/07 Detroit, MI @ Trumbullplex
11/08 Toronto, ON @ Rec Room
11/09 Boston, MA @ O’Briens
11/11 Richmond, VA @ Gallery5
11/12 Durham, NC @ The Pinhook
11/13 Washington, DC @ Songbyrd Vinyl Lounge
11/16 Pittsburgh, PA @ Mr. Roboto Project
11/19 Nashville, TN @ DRKMTTR
11/21 Austin, TX @ Hotel Vegas
11/22 Oklahoma City, OK @ 89th Street OKC
11/23 Kansas City, MO @ miniBar
11/24 Denver, CO @ Hi-Dive
11/25 Salt Lake City, UT @ Kilby Court
11/26 Boise, ID @ The Olympic
11/30 Seattle, WA @ Sunset Tavern
12/01 Portland, OR @ Doug Fir
12/02 Arcata, CA @ Outer Space
12/03 San Francisco, CA @ Cafe du Nord
12/05 Los Angeles, CA @ Bootleg Theater Bar Stage
12/06 San Diego, CA @ Che Cafe
12/08 Reno, NV @ Holland Project
12/09 Corvallis, OR @ Mudville Stadium


Scream along to the new Sir Babygirl track "Praying", a Kesha cover

Posted on June 7th, 2019



Sir Babygirl returns with a new single "Praying", a cover of Kesha's 2017 song. With the release, Sir Babygirl gives the context of why she chose to cover the song and some insight into what Pride means to her. Read the Stereogum piece here, and her short essay here. Add it to your digital music libraries here.


Christelle Bofale's EP, Swim Team, out now

Posted on May 31st, 2019

Celebrate the release of Christelle Bofale's EP, Swim Team, by nabbing a copy on tape or CD today. If you're in Texas, she'll be playing alongside ANIKA at Mohawk in Austin tonight.. just saying. Read what press has said about Swim Team below.

The Congolese American songwriter and guitarist’s debut EP winds in circles, tracing vast spaces that couch thorny emotional quagmires. -Pitchfork

It glides along, guided by watery guitars and a pitter-patter of drums that sound like rain on a windowpane. It shifts from sunshine to twilight and back again. Bofale’s voice lilts into the backdrop, twisting up in it like a spell. It’s impressionistic and warm but steadfastly firm. -Stereogum

"U Ouchea” is a low-key majestic intro to her unique sound, as it softly eases into a relaxed, warmly hypnotic groove, taking its glorious time as it winds and flows like the Colorado river. -Gorilla vs Bear

It flows unpredictably, swirling delicately like the puddles that form along the shoreline, or rushing dangerously from melody to melody like a riptide. Verses and choruses exist, but the boundaries are blurry, and she seems more keen on the swells and emotional moments that come in between established structures. -Noisey


Esther Rose's 'You Made It This Far' out Aug 23

Posted on April 18th, 2019

We are ecstatic to announce 'You Made It This Far,' Esther Rose's sophomore album and Father/Daughter debut, out August 23rd! Head to Stereogum to listen to "Handyman" who calls it "rootsy and warm". Pre-order 'You Made It This Far' on vinyl, CD & digitally here: http://fatherdaughter.co/youmadeitthisfar


Partner's Saturday the 14th out now!

Posted on April 5th, 2019

Today marks the release of Partner's new EP, Saturday the 14th, available from Father/Daughter in US/South America/NZ/OZ and everywhere else on You've Changed Records. Stream, download, and stock up on CD & the limited Cyan & Yellow vinyl HERE. Partner is on tour throughout Canada + select US cities now. Head over to our tour page to see if they're coming to your town and if they are, DON'T MISS IT.


Spring is in the air, and we're mowing prices!

Posted on April 2nd, 2019

We've put every piece of apparel on our store on sale for the next week. Tees, tanks and crew necks, they're all up for grabs! Act fast, sale comes down next Tuesday..



Listen to "U Ouchea" off Christelle Bofale's 'Swim Team' out May 31

Posted on March 28th, 2019

Today we are proud to present "U Ouchea," the striking debut single from Austin, TX songwriter, Christelle Bofale. Stereogum premiered the song, saying "Christelle Bofale has a voice that could move mountains, that could change the tides." "U Ouchea" will be found on Christelle's debut EP entitled Swim Team, out May 31st and available for pre-order HERE.


Partner reveals the second single off their upcoming album, an ode to the unsavory people everywhere

Posted on February 28th, 2019

"Tell You Off" will do just that, expletive beep included. Listen to Partner's newest single off their record, Saturday the 14th, over at Stereogum today. Stereogum calls the song "twangingly catchy."

Colored LPs and CDs are available on our official store and our Bandcamp. Pre-order it HERE. Saturday the 14th will be released April 5, 2019 via You've Changed Records (CAN) and Father/Daughter Records (US).


Sir Babygirl's Crush on Me out today!

Posted on February 15th, 2019

Today sees the release of Sir Babygirl's debut album, Crush on Me! Stream & download it from all your favorite e-services + snag a CD or cassette version from our store.


Listen to "Don't Blame It on the Moon", a new single from Esther Rose, Father/Daughter's newest artist!

Posted on February 6th, 2019

Give a warm welcome to F/D's newest artist, Esther Rose. “Don’t Blame It on the Moon” is the new single from New Orleans-based singer-songwriter, Esther Rose. Recorded live to tape at Mashed Potato Studios, “Don’t Blame It on the Moon” is a conversation between two people, whose relationship, despite their best efforts, begins to unravel.

Inspired by the honest writing and timeless melodies of American greats such as Hank Williams Sr. and Joni Mitchell, Esther Rose’s songwriting has been called “The happiest saddest music.” Her 2017 debut, This Time Last Night, caught fire as her listeners tuned-in to a storied chronology of this soulful, heart-worn artist.

Influenced heavily by the collective pulse of her New Orleans musical community, Esther's distinct sound began early in her Michigan upbringing. Reared on gospel records and folk songs on the family farm, she learned to sing the high end of three-part harmonies with her sisters. Rose moved to New Orleans in 2010 and became an active player in the traditional jazz and blues scene as a singer and percussionist, gigging regularly on Frenchmen Street and touring both at home and abroad.

Stay tuned for more from Esther Rose and catch her at our official SXSW showcase on Friday, March 15 at Palm Door on Sabine.


Say hello to Christelle Bofale

Posted on February 5th, 2019

We are very excited to welcome Austin, TX's Christelle Bofale! Here are a few words from our A&R guru Tyler Andere about the first time they saw Christelle live...

“When I first saw Christelle Bofale at a tiny living room show last fall I was completely mesmerized. Her voice is like a perfect shade of maroon. Plucking on her electric guitar so gracefully. With songs that flow and wind around like a river with no end. She adds so much depth and vitality to Austin’s indie rock community. What a gem."

Christelle will play our official SXSW showcase on Friday, March 15 at Palm Door on Sabine, joining Tasha, Sir Babygirl, Rose Droll, Whitney Ballen, and Control Top. Stay tuned for music and much, much more!


Canadian rock duo, Partner, sign to Father/Daughter and unleash a new music store anthem into the world

Posted on January 30th, 2019

If you haven't heard, Partner is the “mature” effort of two best friends named Josée Caron and Lucy Niles. Borne of their fortuitous friendship, Partner confidently harnesses the infinite power of Rock to explore a variety of niche yet strangely universal themes. Today they share their first single off their upcoming record Saturday the 14th. It celebrates the Canadian music store chain, Long & McQuade, in full Rock glory. Electric drums, screaming orange guitars, chimes, and signs that forbid any and all parts of Freebird all await you in Partners video for "Long and McQuade".

Be one of the first to pre-order the CD or limited edition colored vinyl pressing HERE. Saturday the 14th will be released April 5, 2019 via You've Changed Records (CA) and Father/Daughter Records (US).


Father/Daughter's 2018 Favs: A Playlist

Posted on December 31st, 2018

2018 has been a challenging year to say the least. Despite it all, music has been a saving grace. A dim light at the end of a very dark tunnel, lulling hearts, feet, emotions to a better place. This is a playlist of songs that resonated with us, our artists, and pals throughout the year. Here’s to 2019!

LISTEN TO THE PLAYLIST HERE: http://fatherdaughter.co/2018favs

THE PLAYLIST
Charli XCX & Troye Sivan - “1999”
Simpson - “Radio Song”
Hop Along - “How Simple”
Spring Onion - “I Did My Taxes For Free Online”
The Hidden Shelf - “Golden Hours”
Mitski - “A Pearl”
Ariana Grande - “God is a woman”
Calvin Harris/Dua Lipa - “One Kiss”
Ovlov - “Half Way Fine”
Half Waif - “Lavender Burning”
awakebutstillinbed - “opener”
Mitski - “Washing Machine Heart”
Oneohtrix Point Never - “Toys 2”
Tune-Yards - “Home”
Black Belt Eagle Scout - “Soft Stud”
Swearin' - “Big Change”
Charlie Puth - “BOY”
J.I.D. - “151 Rum”
Dogs in Ecstasy - “Loyalty”
Ariana Grande - “thank u, next”
Imagine Dragons - “Thunder”
Young Fathers - “In My View”
Billie Eilish - "when the party's over"
Christine and the Queens - “5 dollars”
Nai Palm - “Homebody”
Dumb - “Soft Seam”
King Princess - “Talia”
Tirzah - “Holding On”
Bethlehem Steel - “Fake Sweater”
Cut Worms - “How It Can Be”
Jessica Pratt - “This Time Around”
Lil Wayne - “Let It All Work Out”
Paramore - “Grudges”
ARTHUR - “Woof Woof”
Parquet Courts - “Violence”
Nice Try - “Micah”
The Supremes - "Stoned Love"
Kacey Musgraves - “Dandelion”
McKinley Dixon - “Announcing Humanity”
Mathew Lee Cothran - "Never Know Why"

FATHER/DAUGHTER FAM
Jessi Frick (Fairy Godmother)
THREE WAY TIE
“1999” - Charli XCX & Troye Sivan
This song is a straight BOP. It’s a great song to sing & dance to while you’re cleaning your apartment.

“Radio Song” - Simpson
Everything Simpson has released so far is FLAWLESS. Can’t wait to see what she follows Radio Song up with.

“How Simple” - Hop Along
No song made me dance more in 2018 than How Simple. Don’t know how they do it but Hop Along are an even better live band.

Andrew Lopez (Digital Marketing + director of sandwiches)
“I Did My Taxes For Free Online” - Spring Onion
Favorite track of the year!!! It reminds me of walking home on foggy days, old birthdays, and the convenience of TurboTax. Love the vocal delivery and instrumentation of this whole dang record.

Tyler Andere (A&R + moral support manager)
“Golden Hours” - The Hidden Shelf
To me it was the Little Song That Could. It was quietly released at the top of the year and has kept me sustained throughout 2018 with its beautiful ping-pong beat and Minji Kong's relaxed yet detailed vocal delivery. I love it so much.

Sara Gibbs (Artist extraordinaire + all around great human)
“A Pearl” - Mitski
Made me cry on muni the first time I listened to it!

Pllush
(Karli) “God is a woman” - Ariana Grande
Ariana Grande is #1 for me forever, and I love that she’s experimenting with her style. “god is a woman” is a perfect blend of her new style and her signature hugely epic vocal execution she’s been doing since day one.

(Dylan) “One Kiss” - Calvin Harris/Dua Lipa
It makes me wanna dance every time I hear it.

Fits
(Nicholas) “Halfway Fine” - Ovlov
This song feels both huge and rushing, but also numbed-out. I recently tweeted that the album feels "like being pushed out of a plane fully on opiates," and that totally applies to this song.

Whitney Ballen
“Lavender Burning” - Half Waif
Because holy crap those vocals and synth lines.

“opener” - awakebutstillinbed
It feels like the good old emo/punk bands I used to go see at all-ages DIY venues in the early 2000's and also super new and fresh at the same time. I listen to it when I'm trail running.

Dama Scout
(Eva) “Washing Machine Heart” - Mitski
I love Mitski’s melodies in the vocals and on the synth. The song manages to be ominous and kind of sickly sweet at the same time. I have listened to this record so much and saw her perform it in Paris at an intimate show. I cried.

(Danny) “Toys 2” - Oneohtrix Point Never
While he was alive Robin Williams signed a deed banning the use of his image, or any likeness thereof, for 25 years after his death. This little number imagines a sequel to Toys in which a CGI representation of Williams stars (despite the will of the deceased) and soundtracks it. Strong concept, catchy tune.

(Lucci) “Home” - Tune-Yards
This song is spacious and elastic wandering through several ambiguous moods. Highly enjoyable listening.

SOAR
(Shannon) “Soft Stud” - Black Belt Eagle Scout
I found out about this band when we played with them at Lost Coast Fest in Arcata. They totally blew me away and were absolutely my favorite performance of the whole fest. I got their CD so we could listen to it in the car on the drive home and I haven't really taken it out since. When I listen to it I imagine driving through the redwoods with SOAR and it's just a very nice and tender memory attached to an amazing song / album.

(Jenna) “Big Change” - Swearin'
First of all this song is just a hit but second of all, it encapsulates this feeling of coming out of a turbulent period or a time heavy with transitions (saturn return anyone?!) that hits a nerve for me in 2018. This song especially helps me reflect on my own growth and acknowledges the way my relationship to music and community specifically have changed in a way that is both nostalgic but also proud to have shifted into something new. No art degree no conservatory // it's a beautiful idea /// thanks for this song and for the new album, Swearin'!

Sir Babygirl
“BOY” - Charlie Puth
My Official Statement: #1 Male Sub Anthem of the Year.

Rose Droll
“151 Rum” - J.I.D.
My friend showed it to me and all I can really say about it is that it rocks me like a hurricane.

Sat. Nite Duets
“Loyalty” - Dogs in Ecstasy
In this golden age of podcasts there’s no saner sound than a D.I.E. song.

Remember Sports
(Carmen) “thank u, next” - Ariana Grande
It is the best breakup song of our generation.

(Connor) “Thunder” - Imagine Dragons
I really like the drums in that song, the toms that go POM POM POM.

Pale Kids
“In My View” - Young Fathers
Just an excellent band, and a great pop song.

Shamir
"when the party's over" - Billie Eilish
It has the coolest vocal production!

Alex Napping
“5 dollars” - Christine and the Queens
It makes me want to dance and the music video is one of the sexiest thing I’ve ever laid my eyes upon.

Tasha
“Homebody” - Nai Palm
I don't even think this was the song I listened to the most this year, but I remember everything about the way I felt the very first time I heard it. It lodged itself so deeply in me -- the way it felt like home, and bed, and love, and fall, and closeness. It's a song for train rides through the city and also walks in the woods and drives in the dark. This song feels like all of the small parts of me opened up in the biggest way.

Pardoner
(Max) “Soft Seam” - Dumb
The whole album is really good, wordy, kinda paranoid punk that pretty much starts and never lets up until this track. Super beautiful guitar melodies that weave in and out, and some of the most well-worded melancholy you can find in rock music today. This band always does amazing stuff lyrically, but “sick I’m not/but in eyes that may be blind” is one of my favorite lines I’ve heard in years.

Diet Cig
(Alex) “Talia” - King Princess
I’ve listened to this song so many times this year between screaming along to it on drunk walks home alone and dancing around in my underwear to it the next morning. Something about it feels magic and made me feel so freaky and sad and hopeful and good. I love it!!!

Vagabon
“Holding On” - Tirzah
Beautiful songwriting and Mica Levi is a phenomenal producer who, when combined with Tirzah’s beautiful songwriting, created a beautiful world to live in.

Anna McClellan
“Fake Sweater” - Bethlehem Steel
I had the pleasure of touring with Becca from Bethlehem Steel earlier this year. I got to know Fake Sweater as a live, stripped down song and when I heard the recording I freaked out. It’s good to have friends who rip.

Cocktails
(Pat) “How It Can Be” - Cut Worms
I loved how this sounds - it’s like a 60’s pop-throwback to like the Monkees or Herman’s Hermits or the Hollies, etc. But the production is so fantastically spot-on for that kinda thing that it would absolutely fit right in on a mix with those bands.

NADINE
(Nadia) “This Time Around” - Jessica Pratt
Valuable and helpful as they may be, the tools we use to examine our behavior can't actually disappear the sad and that can be haunting.

FATHER/DAUGHTER FRIENDS
Lucy Niles of Partner
“Let It All Work Out” - Lil Wayne
It told a great story and I cried every time I listened to it.

Alex Licktenhour of Get Better Records & Control Top
“Grudges” - Paramore
This song is so catchy, that it gets stuck in my head for days after listening to it. I love all the 80's pop elements on this whole album, but Grudges is definitely my favorite song off After Laughter.

Sidney Gish
“Woof Woof” - ARTHUR
This song is just a bouncy one to listen to, I think the overall sound of it is fun & it was in heavy rotation for me this fall :))

Jeff Rosenstock
“Violence” - Parquet Courts
The first song that made me scream "fuck yes!" and bother all my friends this year was Violence by Parquet Courts. It refreshing to hear a band turn up and play faster in 2019 instead of the obvious polishing and softening. It's been a year of dread, anxiety and panic, give me something loud with a lot of fast words to scream along with for fuck's sake!

Greta Kline of Frankie Cosmos
“Micah” - Nice Try

Sarah Tudzin of Illuminati Hotties
"Stoned Love" - The Supremes
There's no good excuse for the fact that it took me until 2018 to hear "Stoned Love," but it's a song I've been returning to all year for it's elusive simplicity, effortless forward motion, and a ever-masterful performance by Diana Ross.

Sophie Allison of Soccer Mommy
“Dandelion” - Kacey Musgraves
My big new discovery is Dandelion by Kacey Musgraves. I discovered her this year when Golden Hour came out and i loved it so much that I went and checked out her older albums. Dandelion was one that really stood out to me because I thought the chords and the structure of the song were really amazing. It’s still one of my favorites.

Manny Lemus of Citrus City Records
“Announcing Humanity” - McKinley Dixon
One of my favorite songs from McKinley’s project “the importance of self belief,” his lyrical prowess is over the roof & im continually inspired by his hard work & ear for crafting amazing sounds, his band are always on one & this track shows that he can be great.

Club Night
"Never Know Why" - Mathew Lee Cothran
The lyrics hit me really hard in this one, growing up and learning to absolve your parents of their mistakes knowing that the pain they carry and pass on isn’t always their fault and we’re all just trying to do the best we can to navigate this life.


Listen to the newest single from Rose Droll, "Fat Duck"

Posted on November 9th, 2018

Rose Droll has her newest single, "Fat Duck" out today. "Fat Duck" comes not long after singles "Boy Bruise" and "Hush" but packs as much sound and instruments into a three minute track as your average EP. Noisey had the following to say about the song:

Built around pitch-shifted electronic samples and multi-tracked harmonies, it owes as much to contemporary R&B as it does to any of the other stuff that Rose picks up and plays with throughout the record. It's probably the most immediately satisfying moment on the record, but even it's full of these wonderful thickets of ideas—a little bit of 70s singer-songwriter tropes here, a little minimal jazz there, a synth-marimba (or glockenspiel or something) that pops up for a tiny melody and then drops away. There's just so much going on, especially for a song that's kinda slow and meandering on its surface level. There's a lot of life in there.

Your Dog, Rose Droll's newest record, drops next Friday, 11/16.

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MYSTERY BUNDLE LIVE!
Posted on September 6th, 2019







Partner's Saturday the 14th out now!
Posted on April 5th, 2019




Sir Babygirl's Crush on Me out today!
Posted on February 15th, 2019


Say hello to Christelle Bofale
Posted on February 5th, 2019


Father/Daughter's 2018 Favs: A Playlist
Posted on December 31st, 2018